"There goes the
that ever lived."
TED WILLIAMS: 1918 - 2002
Ted Williams Tribute - Monday, July 22, 2002
Legends' tales: 'Trying to get a fastball by him was like trying to get a sunbeam past a rooster'
Red Sox tales: 'He liked to do everything alone. But he had every friend in America'
Dan Shaughnessy: 'The Kid stays alive through folklore, the telling of tall tales. He's a baseball
Fans' tales: 'What I failed to realize at the time, however, is that I would likely never again be within an arm's length of royalty'
The science of hitting: 'If we'd just set up a Ted Williams University the day he retired, we'd have started understanding all this a long, long time ago'
Fenway plays host to a Tedfest
Players admired manager Williams
Player turnout for Ted tough to figure
Pen Pals: Ted's best friends still have plenty to say about Splendid Splinter
Williams's Fenway tribute today
Feud follows Williams death
7.7.02: The heirs of the late Red Sox legend Ted Williams yesterday prepared for a legal fight over his final resting place, the latest and most macabre chapter in a family feud that rages even amid the tributes for one of America's most enduring sports icons.
Updike: 'Hub fans bid Kid adieu'
Gammons: Williams spoke language of gods
Halberstam: Day spent with one of the greats
Ryan: Son not shining Shaughnessy: Bigger than life Edes: Family ties
The Kid Rocked
1918 — 2002